Wed, 19 May|
Online Webinar, via Zoom
Q&A: Unearthing the Documentary: Allen v. Farrow
Join WFTV for an interview with Allen v. Farrow’s co-director and executive producer Amy Ziering as she discusses the documentary miniseries with host, Ruth Mayer, documentary director.
Time & Location
19 May 2021, 18:00 – 19:00 BST
Online Webinar, via Zoom
About the Event
Join WFTV for an interview with Allen v. Farrow’sco-director and executive producer Amy Ziering as she discusses the documentary miniseries with host, Ruth Mayer, documentary director.
In February 2021, award-winning investigative filmmakers Amy Ziering and Kirby Dick, the team behind On The Record and The Bleeding Edge, released their latest documentary television miniseries Allen v. Farrow, which explores an allegation of sexual abuse made against Woody Allen in 1992.
Amy and Ruth will discuss the new investigative work seen in the series, securing exclusive interviews on the subject and how public revelations about the personal lives of artists can lead to re-evaluations of their work.
Allen v. Farrow is available to watch on Sky Documentaries. Attendees will also be offered the option to select a ticket that to view all four episodes of Allen v. Farrow. A link and access code will be shared ahead of the event. In order to receive a screening link, you must book a ticket by 17:00 on Friday 14 May.
Amy Ziering is a two-time Academy Award® nominated and Emmy® award-winning filmmaker behind some of the most ground-breaking documentaries today with her creative partner Kirby Dick. Many of her films have directly impacted American politics and culture, resulting in real-world change. Ziering’s latest project, Allen vs Farrow (2021), is a four-part investigation into one of Hollywood’s most notorious scandals: the accusation of sexual abuse against Woody Allen involving his then seven-year-old daughter with Mia Farrow. Her previous film, On The Record (2020), was a searing look at the intersection of issues relating to the Black Lives Matter and #MeToo movements. The Invisible War (2012) exposed the epidemic of rape in the US military leading dozens of policy reforms signed into law. The Hunting Ground (2015) created a national discussion of sexual assault on college campuses and sparked sweeping reforms at hundreds of institutions. The Bleeding Edge (2018) unearthed the fast-growing medical device industry’s corruption and malfeasance, resulted in Bayer and Johnson & Johnson pulling dangerous products off the market.
Ruth Mayer, Host, is a documentary director who has made films all over the world for the BBC, Channel Four, Nat Geo, Al Jazeera and The Guardian. She has directed several documentaries for BBC2's international Current Affairs strand This World and produced for C4's prestigious series Unreported World. She's passionate about uniting strong journalism with the best elements of documentary storytelling. She is currently directing a multi-part series for YouTube Originals.
17:55: Please join the webinar waiting room
18:00: Ruth to host conversation
18:45: Attendee Q&A opens
How will the online event work?
This event will be live streamed via Zoom.us. Viewing details will be sent via your confirmation.
Attending participants will not be visible to others and will be muted throughout the session. After the talk, there will be an opportunity for audience members to ask their questions to the panel by using the Q&A feature.
Allen v. Farrow is available to watch on Sky Documentaries. Attendees will also be offered the option to select a ticket that to view all four episodes of Allen vs Farrow. A link and access code will be shared ahead of the event. In order to receive a screening link, you must book a ticket by 17:00 on Friday 14 May.
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